Training you ‘One Step At A Time’ to become physically stronger & fitter along the process. The goal is to work on long-term fitness & sustainability. I believe that being functional is more important than merely losing weight or working on aesthetics; therefore I have infused Agility, Accuracy, Balance, Core, Co-ordination, Endurance, Energy Control, Flexibility, Power, Resistance, Stability, Strength, Dull skin, High Cholestrol,High Sugar, Lack Of Stamina, Lower Immunity, Weight gain, Weight Gain,, Speed in my training style for my clients as well as myself.
Correcting eating habits & choosing better from the options, working on quality & quantity. Importance of hydration & sleep. he has incorporated factors like balance, stability, agility, coordination, endurance, resistance, core strengthening, power, energy control, speed, accuracy & stamina into his training style. He intends to keep the workout routine to be constantly varied for the betterment of what is actually called ‘being fit’.
“Being fit requires being patient and trusting the process, being committed and consistent. Progress doesn’t happen by over-training but by working on things ONE STEP AT A TIME.” We provide services like CrossFit, Bodyweight Training, Functional Training, Core Strength & Stability, Tabata & Hit, Skill Development.
Although both dietitians and nutritionists assist clients in determining the ideal diets and foods to satisfy their health needs, their qualifications are distinct. Dietitians can help people with specific health problems like eating disorders by making meal suggestions.
In general, a dietitian’s function is more controlled than that of a nutritionist, and the distinction is due to the type of education and professional training received. A dietician must have various licences and qualifications in order to practise. The term “nutritionist” is less regulated than “dietitian” and has a broader definition. Nutritionists and dietitians may specialise in different areas.
Both dieticians and nutritionists are qualified to help individuals with issues such as weight loss / weight gain, fatigue reduction, improving hair/skin quality and digestive diseases. Dieticians would be able to provide advice related to specific health conditions like eating disorders, PCOS, diabetes, etc. Nutritionists can also have specialisations like sports nutrition, for example. Book an Appointment